Don Pederson

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Don Pederson (born 1928) is a Nebraska state senator from North Platte, Nebraska in the Nebraska Legislature and an attorney.

Personal life[edit]

He was born December 23, 1928, in Hastings, Nebraska. He attended University of Nebraska at Omaha, Grinnell College, and University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is a former and current member of many North Platte organizations, bar associations, and the Presbyterian Church of North Platte .

Legislature service[edit]

He was appointed to the legislature on September 5, 1996 to replace David Bernard-Stevens who had resigned. He was elected in 1996 to represent the 42nd Nebraska legislative district and reelected in 1998 and 2002. He currently sits on the Nebraska Retirement Systems, Building Maintenance, and Legislative Performance Audit committees, is a nonvoting member of the Executive Board and Reference committees and chairs the Appropriations committee. Since Nebraska voters passed Initiative Measure 415 in 2001 limiting state senators to two terms after 2001, he is unable run for reelection barring a court challenge of the measure.

Preceded by
David Bernard-Stevens
Nebraska state senator-district 42
1996-2007
Succeeded by
Tom Hansen

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References[edit]

  1. "Nebraska Unicameral Legislature". Sen. Don Pederson. Retrieved March 15, 2006. 
  2. "National Conference of State Legislatures". Term Limits in Nebraska: A Timeline. Archived from the original on November 29, 2005. Retrieved March 20, 2006.